Chinese whistleblower’s Twitter account suspended after virologist says Covid was made in Wuhan lab

Beijing: Twitter has suspended the social media account of the Chinese virologist who claimed that coronavirus was developed in a Wuhan laboratory. Li-Meng Yan had recently made headlines when she claimed to have proof to show that the deadly virus was made in a Wuhan lab. She has reportedly fled China after becoming a whistleblower in the case.

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According to a report in Daily Mail, Yan’s account was taken down on Tuesday after she accused China of intentionally manufacturing and releasing Covid-19. Her account remains down with a message on her page reading, ‘Account suspended. Twitter suspends accounts which violate the Twitter Rules.’

Twitter has not commented on the suspension of Yan’s account.

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The microblogging site started putting warning messages on tweets in May that contained disputed coronavirus claims.

witter has suspended the social media account of the Chinese virologist who claimed that coronavirus was developed in a Wuhan laboratory. Li-Meng Yan had recently made headlines when she claimed to have proof to show that the deadly virus was made in a Wuhan lab. She has reportedly fled China after becoming a whistleblower in the case.

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According to a report in Daily Mail, Yan’s account was taken down on Tuesday after she accused China of intentionally manufacturing and releasing Covid-19. Her account remains down with a message on her page reading, ‘Account suspended. Twitter suspends accounts which violate the Twitter Rules.’

Twitter has not commented on the suspension of Yan’s account.

The microblogging site started putting warning messages on tweets in May that contained disputed coronavirus claims.

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